Thanks for the shout-out, Adam!  And I'll echo Lisa here -- yes, please do
let us know if you're interested in guest curating!  For the job, we're
looking for film/video artists/makers.  No past curating experience
required (but definitely welcomed if you have it).  And since we're in Los
Angeles and would love to reach out beyond our backyard, we're looking for
folks based in places other than Los Angeles.

Feel free to shoot me an email if you're interested in guest curating or
have any questions about it.  And do check out the series.  It's pretty
fun.  This month's theme is "Screendance," and we've covered all sorts of
ground in past months—from experimental music video to taxidermy to
"simple, cheap, and awesome."

All the best,

kate lain

On Sat, Sep 14, 2013, Echo Park Film Center <>

> Thanks, Adam! Thanks, Kate! Sometimes we get so busy at the Film Center,
> we forget to toot our own horn...
> Check out Marvelous Movie Mondays, Frameworkers, and let us know if you'd
> like to guest curate… It really is marvelous!
> Lisa Marr
> Echo Park Film Center
> On Sep 14, 2013, at 11:57 AM, Adam Hyman <> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> >
> > Just wanted to call attention to the ongoing online curatorial series
> being hosted by the Echo Park Film Center and organized by Kate Lain and
> also many guest curators called Marvelous Movie Mondays.  It’s on the
> regular EPFC Facebook page, and include commentary and films.  The
> commentary angle is what makes it good, and the possible exposure to new
> works and people.
> >
> >
> >
> > Terri Sarris is the current guest curator, and is focusing on
> experimental dance films; some past ones have included Roger Beebe, Jodie
> Mack, Dustin Zemel, Bryan Konefsky,  John Warren, Evan Meaney, Sarah Suta,
> and Kate Lain.
> > Worthy of looking at and feedback.
> >
> > Best,
> >
> > Adam
> > Los Angeles Filmforum
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